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Ne Quid Nimis
(10,20 m) - 1979

Layout :

  • Length : 10,20 m (33' 5")
  • Signal length: 9,85m
  • Max. Beam: 3,50m
  • Draft: 1m / 2,28m (weighted dinghy)
  • Headroom: 1,85m
  • Construction Materials: GRP
  • Weight: 5,5 tonnes
  • Ballast: 2,3 tonnes
  • Engine: VOLVO 23HP
  • Ground-mooring

Tax paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia


Price : 4,1 M XPF / 34 400 €

Weighted dinghy very livable. This boat is a real big trip boat for 2 persons, easy to maneuver, comfortable, reliable and very marine.


Interior fittings :

Sleeps: 5, of which one of reduced length in the saloon

  • Fore: breton bed
  • Central saloon
  • Chart table on port
  • Galley on starboard
  • Bathroom/toilet with shower on starboard
  • Quarter berth on aft port
  • A large chest on aft starboard
  • Many equipment and arrangements

Listing :

Construction

Fiberglass weighted dinghy, Ne Quid Nimis type, built (bare hull) in 1979 by Soubise shipyard, according to the design of ETARN. His drift of 80 kg, thick NACA profil, can be easily raced
with a winch storage placed on the roof. Well guided by block, she does not beat in the wells. His foot is equipped in a stainless steel shoe.
The boat has been refurbished by his secondary owner in 1997/1998, who is sailed to Tahiti. The boat has barely sailed after. It belongs to his actual owner since 2008.

Engine

VOLVO MD11 23HP engine (origin), reconditioned in 1998, sail drive, equipped with a manual start device of rescue
Dashboard (2003)
Recent Motor cable accelerator (2008)
Last emptying and change of the joints of the base (april 2011)
SS fuel tank 160L, equipped with a speed hatch, a gauge and a low drain point

Cutter rigging

Mainsail with 3 reef, in good condition, equipped with a cover boat protection
Rescue mainsail
Thunder genoa (1998) in good condition, on PLASTIMO steel furling
2 jibs (25 and 15 m²), strapping on a releasable stay
Asymmetrical spinnaker in good condition
Storm jib
Mast step up to the crosstree
Low wire (april 2006)

Ground tackle

GOIOT manual windlass
Main anchor: FOB anchor 17kg + 40m of 10mm chain (new)
Secondary anchor: DELTA anchor 17kg + 40m of 10mm chain
1 FOB anchor 20kg + 20m chain
Anchorage line and diverses ropes

Comfort

Freshwater: 160L in a tank provided with 5 hatches + 80L in a flexible tank
2 steel sinks
Freshwater at the sink (sea salt possible)
2 burners gas stove and PLASTIMO oven (1997)
Fridge 50L - 12V (low consumption) 2003
Inside shower
LAVAC toilet (new joints)

Electrics

Batteries: 2 x 165Ah
Solar panels: 2 x 60W and 1 of 90W, with SOLARA electric regulator and charge ammeter
1 alternator 70A
1 inverter 12V/220V - 250W

Electronics and navigation tools

NAVMAN GPS tracker 500 (2003)
NAVMAN loch speedo sounder (2003)
ECHOPILOT INCASLLEC 90 sounder
SILVA windvane anemometer
ICOM IC M10E VHF portable with outside antenna
BLU ALINCO DX-70- C.B. Emetter/receiver
HELM 2000 + auto pilot
Barometer
Hygrometer/thermometer
JVC hifi stereo radio-CD players

Dinghy

PLASTIMO annex 2,60m, average condition (takes off at the level of the transom)
YAMAHA 2HP outbord engine (2008)
Grapple for annex

Safety

PLASTIMO survival (2006) revised in 2009
2 ABC extinguishers 1 Kg (1 new and 1 revised)
Rocket chest (2009)
Sextant, hand probe, pinoches, signal mirror,navigation books, nautical map, flag, etc.
Crown buoy
4 life jackets
5 security harness
Shears for stays

Miscelaneous

NAVIK speed regulator
Solar boat
Bimini fix
4 windsocks
Various spare parts
Treatment anti-osmosis in 1997

Last bottom paint: april 2011

Main Strength

The chop offers an exceptional sweetness.
A rare balance that never requires some effort on the helm.
A good stability of road, essential quality if we don't want to be slaves to the helm when we are a reduced crew.
Good performance upwind and surprising for his size.
Many arrangements and adapted to the tropic life.

Last modified : 29/12/2017



ATTENTION

The boat's inventories are based on the indications given by the owners and even if we do our best to see that they are in accordance with the reality, there might be some differences. The boat's and equipment's condition has to be checked jointly by the buyer and seller before the sale. The respective responsibilities of both the seller and the buyer remain intact. In no case can Raiatea-yacht be held responsible for any defect on the boat.



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